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Google adding Nigerian start-ups to the $3 million capital free funding

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Google’s first Google Businesses ‘ Space search engine program launched in Lagos, adding Nigerian start-ups to the $3 million capital free funding . The financing helps entrepreneurs to expand their businesses.

The developer sector is the hub of business development for African businesses, businessmen and startups.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai pledge to launch a program for African entrepreneurs in July 2017 for Launchpad Accelerator A frica. It dedicated $3 million in equity-free funding in three years to promote the growth of up to 60 African start ups.

Google says that the Developer Space is being launched in Lagos, where entrepreneurs, developers and investors can connect and collaborate.

In May 2020, Google’s Developer Room will begin its next class. “This area is the next step towards promoting our growth throughout the continent,” said country manager Juliet Ehimuan, Google Nigeria. “Our commitment is to train 100,000 development developers across Africa and launch the development support for Google Play that helps software developers to gain money from the app.